How to Remove the Unlocked Bootloader Warning Logo

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If you are a Motorola user then you probably noticed that, the M logo has been replaced by a warning message after the unlock of the bootloader via Motorola website.

Unlocked Bootloader

In this tutorial you will find the solution for that:

DISCLAIMER : Best Android Blog would not held responsible/liable for any damages occurs to your device by following this procedure. So, do everything at your own risk.

Procedure:

1. First extract the file from here in the same folder as fastboot, you will find “logo.bin” file.

2. Then enter into the Fastboot mode:

  • Shutdown your phone
  • Push and maintain the Volume down button and press the power button to boot your phone (A black screen with white lines should appear).
  • Then plug the USB Cable.

3. After that flash the M Logo with fastboot:

  • Fastboot flash logo logo.bin (success message should appears in the DOS windows)
  • Unplug USB cable
  • Press power and the phone will shutdown
  • Start your phone with long press on Power and check your M logo.
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